How do i get dried pen refills to start working again?

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How do i get dried pen refills to start working again?

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Heres a consolidated FAQ on virtually all pen-problems, hope it helps… Q: What’s the difference between a ballpoint and a roller ball? A: While the ballpoint pen is the most widely sold writing instrument, we actually sell many more roller ball pens. However, the ballpoint remains a top choice for many writers and is well-suited for all writing styles and business applications. The oil-based, paste ink dries on contact. Refills write for miles and last for approximately one year. Ballpoint pen refills are available in a number of colors and point sizes. The roller ball is easy to use, a hybrid system that combines the “wet ink” feel of a fountain pen with the convenience of a ballpoint. Roller ball ink dries virtually instantly, and can be used in personal correspondence and business applications. We prefer to write with roller balls as opposed to ballpoints because they are easier on the hand and provide a generally easier experience. You will use slightly more pen refills with a ro

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put them in hot water for a few minutes, take the refills out and roll them in your palms.The refills will start writing. But see to it that the water is not very hot. Just enough to make the ink melt.

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You could try heating the tip and the “body” of the ball point bens to “soften” the ink inside. This method always work best for me!!

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